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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 50 Page Final Exam Study Guide Fall 2015

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9 Dec 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Broadspectrum, Domestication, List Of Domesticated Animals

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4 Dec 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anatomically Modern Human, Middle Paleolithic, Lithic Reduction

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27 Nov 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Neanderthal, Homo Habilis, Homo Erectus

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20 Nov 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ethnoarchaeology, Paleoethnobotany, Silicon Dioxide

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6 Nov 2015
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ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Relative Dating, Lascaux, Archaeological Site

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30 Oct 2015
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The study of material remains (physical objects) and their spatial relationships to interpret past human behaviour. Relationship of archeology with oth
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture 6: Human Evolution and Variation

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23 Oct 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture 5: Primate and Human Evolution

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16 Oct 2015
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dominatrix, Birmingham City Centre, Social Order

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13 Oct 2015
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Ant100 - lecture 4 - primate ecology and behaviour. Primates differ from most mammals by having. Cathemeral: active any time of day or night. Most prim
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Darwinism, Social Philosophy, Binomial Nomenclature

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2 Oct 2015
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Ant100 - lecture 1 - introduction to evolution. Evolutionary anthropology is the application of modern evolutionary theory to studies of morphology, ec
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Lithic Reduction, Upper Paleolithic, Levallois Technique

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27 Dec 2016
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Agnosticism, Mendelian Inheritance, Gregor Mendel

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14 Oct 2016
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Primatology- the scientific study of our closest extant biological relatives: non-human primate species. Species single distinct class of living creatu
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes -Paleobotany, Zooarchaeology, Animal Testing

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2 Jan 2015
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After the fieldwork (finding artifacts) a detailed analysis occurs, which could take weeks. Archaeological fieldwork produces several categories of fin
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ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Deciduous Teeth, Ulna, Foramen Magnum

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2 Nov 2014
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Temporal (temple: the occipital bone forms the back and bottom arts of the cranium, the foramen magnum is and opening in the occipital bone through whi
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ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Callosity, Critically Endangered, Lorisoidea

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2 Nov 2014
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Chromosome, Ploidy, Nucleic Acid Sequence

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2 Nov 2014
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While eukaryotic cells (found in complex organisms) have a nucleus and can be unicellular/multicellular: within the nucleus of eukaryotic cells are chr
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Marvin Harris, Indus Valley Civilisation, State Monopoly

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2 Nov 2014
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ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Biostratigraphy, Mosaic Evolution, Australopithecus Afarensis

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2 Nov 2014
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About 3 mya, hominins began to evolve larger brains, a trend accelerated starting 1. 8 mya. Why bigger brains: ecological hypothesis: to improve their
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Trobriand Islands, Liminality, Robert Neelly Bellah

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2 Nov 2014
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ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Phenetics, Geologic Time Scale, Macroevolution

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2 Nov 2014
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanFall

ANT100Y1 Chapter Lecture 4 (ARCH): ANT 100 - Readings For Lecture 4 (ARCH)

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7 Jan 2016
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Readings for lecture #4 (arch) november 26, 2015. Upper paleolithic also represents the geographic expansion of humans, more sites than ever. Archaeolo
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ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Carl Linnaeus, Binomial Nomenclature, Darwinism

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2 Nov 2014
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Primatology: primatology = scientific study of our closest extant biological relatives (cid:224) non human primate species, extant: living representati
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